Business notes for July 15
KALWALL CORP. was selected for the 2013 Best of Bow award in the Plastic Building Panels category by the Bow Award Program. Kalwall Corp. manufactures translucent daylighting systems. The company also provides windows and walkways.
AMERICAN FLATBREAD FROZEN PIZZA of Pittsfield partnered with the Boston Lobsters tennis team for the 2013 season.
THE CAPITAL REGION FOOD PROGRAM distributed 3.2 tons of nonperishable food ($7,450 worth) to 18 area food pantries, social service agencies and church groups in Greater Concord as part of the Year-Round Distribution Project.
HERMIT WOODS WINERY received the support and funding needed to purchase their future home, a building at 72 Main St. in Meredith, thanks to Meredith Village Savings Bank and Belknap County Economic Development.
PUBLIC SERVICE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE’S Merrimack Station in Bow was honored at the Environmental Business Council of New England’s 20th annual EBEE Awards in Boston for outstanding environmental and energy accomplishments in the promotion of a sustainable, clean environment. PSNH was recognized for its first-in-the-nation installation of a specially designed wet flue gas desulfurization system for the removal of mercury, as well as a state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility at Merrimack Station.
BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE has an initiative to bring financial literacy education to high school students across New Hampshire by providing them with access to the EverFi learning platform. Through this platform, students will become certified in hundreds of topics in personal finance. The bank has partnered with EverFi to bring the interactive financial management program to high school students at no cost to the school.